#### Build a **snowman** with your own function to make an open ended activity. ... I have not included examples or an **answer** key!This foldable organizes the 4 possibilities for **end** **behavior** of **polynomial** functions• Positive/ Even - up & up• Positive/ Odd- down & up• Negative/ Even- down & down• Negative/ Odd- up & downIt works great for guided. Finding zeroes of **polynomials** using factoring Besides its **end** **behavior**, the next **key** trait of a **polynomial** is its zeroes, A.K.A. x-intercepts, roots, solutions One method of finding zeroes is by factoring. However, we will find that many **polynomials** will not factor, and we will have to use other methods (which we will explore in Unit F). Sketch arms for each **snowman** to show the **end behavior** . f(x) approaching __ infinity as x goes to +/- infinity ... Page 2: **Answer Key** ***** You may also be interested in: **End Behavior** of Graphed Functions and **Polynomials** Lesson. 2022. 6. 8. · To **answer** > this question, the important things for me to consider are.

**Polynomial**graphing from ALG 2 101 at L&N STEM Academy. ID: 1 Algebra 2 Name_

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**polynomial**functions to model real life situations and make predictions LT3. identify the characteristics of a

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**polynomials**by degree and number of terms. .